Fast! I really appreciate the suggested web sites for color and logo, particularly the former. Yes, I’m colorblind, not bad but just enough to screw things up.
I’m looking forward to the next detailed part, and will be trying to decide whether to buy the software or not. We design a few sites.
Awesome job! I’m so glad I stumbled onto this via the Artisteer forum. Looking forward now to the nitty-gritty. This is a very generous thing you are doing and I hope the Artisteer developers will give you some credit/links/whatever (maybe even CASH!!!).
…I forget the cat’s name from video 1 (good thing there’s no test) but another appearance here and there would be OK. Oh, and what’s in the sandwich?
Lol, I will bring her in more often then. She’s kindof an asshole though, because she really enjoys sitting on my keyboard when I am using it.
Don’t remember what was in the sammy. Probably awesome deliciousy goodness, if I had to guess.
So far great job!
No questions yet but then I have owned Artisteer since the beginning but have not used it much since 3.
Thanks for the time you have spent on these
Hey zach, quick question. I know that you can edit the template samples that they have already made. You can go online and download them, but when I download them and unzip it just has all of the different pieces. Do you know how to get the template sample as is in the program?
Not sure off the top of my head, but I’ll make a note to look into it when I get the chance! There are lots of friendly folks in here, hopefully someone will see your comment and help.
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